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· Trekking the Sabine Hills: in praise of Italy, summer and freedom →
Creamy baroque church at one end and austere brick cathedral at the other.
· Nickel Monthly News For The Month Of May 2020 →
The Cathedrals, Stricklands and Investigators nickel-copper discoveries (at Mt Alexander) are located on E29/638, which is held in joint venture by Western Areas Limited (25%) and St George (75%).
· The Mystery Surrounding Grace Kelly's Death →
Instead, she was being mourned by notable names like Nancy Reagan, Princess Diana and Cary Grant at the Monaco Cathedral on September 18 in a 75-minute funeral service watched by about 100 million viewers on television.
· Pussy Riot and Chilean group join forces against state repression →
“Police act dangerously,” said Tolokonnikova, the Pussy Riot co-founder who was imprisoned for 18 months in 2012 for staging a protest in the Russian Orthodox cathedral in Moscow.
The New York Times
· Lincoln Center’s Artistic Leader to Leave After Three Decades →
Intimate performances of Brahms’s “German Requiem” mixed the Berlin Radio Choir among audience members walking through the Synod House at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
The China Post
· Turkey reopens some mosques amid infection slowdown →
Later on Friday, Islamic prayers will also be recited in Istanbul’s 6th-century Hagia Sophia — the main cathedral of the Byzantine Empire which was converted into a mosque with the Ottoman conquest of the city, then known as Constantinople, in 1453.
· Religious leaders plan events to remember UK coronavirus victims →
The Church of England is planning to hold services of mourning in parish churches and cathedrals later this year for people who have died of Covid-19.
· LGBT activist Larry Kramer spent his life upending prejudice →
The action included the invasion of a mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral where activists handcuffed themselves to the pews.
· Tales of the river bed: A strange Saturday night on the banks of the Thames →
The city above the river banks was a silent silhouette, with St Paul’s Cathedral the dominant presence.
· Larry Kramer: Writer and activist who sounded alarm on Aids →
ACT UP demonstrators shut down the New York Stock Exchange, picketed the headquarters of the Food and Drug Administration, surrounded St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York and shouted down speakers at Aids conferences.